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Decorative fixtures set the tone of the kitchen and create the personality you want in the space. Whether you love traditional styles or hip metropolitan looks, this decorative aspect provides fill lighting in the room. Chandeliers Chandeliers have a wide…
The Lisa McDennon Collection for Hinkley offers an array of styles with a modern organic aesthetic. Drawing from Lisa’s inspiration as an artist and designer, each fixture is thoughtfully planned with purposefully chosen materials and finished with impeccable construction. Natural…
The stark, pure look of a desert landscape provides the inspiration for our Large Dune Sconce. The undulating wave of steel is reminiscent of sand dunes – or so we’re told by those ranging far beyond the Green Mountain state.
Planning an efficient layout, and following recommended design guidelines, can help ensure that you end up with a stylish room that’s safe, functional, and comfortable. Ambient – Ambient light from pendants, such as those hanging over the island in this…
Designed in Castleton, VT and produced through a global partnership, HF Reflections maintains the quality and high standards you expect from Hubbardton Forge with each piece undergoing uncompromising quality control here in Vermont. Offered in Polished Chrome and Brushed Nickel…
With the popularity of today’s open floor plans, oversized islands, and eat-in kitchens, the dining room has become somewhat of an afterthought – just a space tucked between the kitchen and the living room. Is the day of the formal…
Industrial style features angular lines, bold finishes, simple shapes and sturdy details for a robust but pared down aesthetic.
Inspired by antique lamps, the new Wells Collection in Aged Brass captures vintage-meets-mid-century-modern vibes in statement-making style. Leave it to brass to add warm tonal texture and character to a space. The soft sheen of Aged Brass enhances the optics…
Home Expert Carisha Makes A Hubbardton Forge Chandelier.See the process for making an amazing light, called the Dahlia Chandelier, at Hubbardton Forge.
It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.